Tea Cups & Tiger Claws Kindle Edition
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Timothy Patrick is a graduate of UCLA. He and his wife live in Southern California and are the parents of two grown children. In his spare time, Timothy enjoys cooking, hiking, and aviation.
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19 July 2018
It's all a bit unbelievable from the beginning though I found the characters strongly drawn and continued to read because they were interesting even though the plot got wilder and wilder being driven by an increasingly caricatured villainess. There was a slight confusion of styles - partly tongue in cheek and partly quite straightforward and thoughtful. Overall I enjoyed reading it; there was a lot of skill in the writing and the characterisation but I wasn't quite sure from time to time if I should laugh or yawn.
15 May 2018
This book was promising to start with but quickly turned tedious the majority was mind numbing ramblings. The message I think the author was trying to portray about faith and love and how we often don’t appreciate love especially from a parent until we don’t have it anymore and how if we never receive parental love it can twist you into something evil but if you have a love and who has faith in you it can save you but he took too long to say it the middle could have been a lot shorter and the end less like a runaway truck. Essentially the book was readable but I wouldn’t recommend it. I hate not knowing the end of any story no matter how dull so that’s the reason I persisted with this one.
10 June 2018
This sounded promising when it came in my daily recommendations on book bubs but it was so unrealistic and historically inaccurate I couldn’t even get half way through it. The characters were unbelievable and unsympathetic. The title and cover imply quality literature but this is trash, which is ok if you like that sort of thing I suppose.
27 January 2014
The story of the three girls and their families and what becomes of them is very intriguing.The families lives and what becomes of their offspring draws the reader deeper in to the plot of the book.The character of dorathea is a creature most depraved that you couldn't imagine the lengths she'd go to to get what she believes she,s owed .